Converge Plan Two Special Sets At Roadburn 2016

Converge fans will get a double dose of the group at the Roadburn festival next year with the band set to perform a full album show and the Converge "Blood Moon" project also playing a set.

The full band will take the stage on the opening night of the festival, April 14, to perform what is billed as their one-time only full performance of their "Jane Doe" album to celebrate its 15th anniversary.

Two nights later on April 16th, Converge "Blood Moon" will perform. The project features Converge members Jacob Bannon, Kurt Ballou, Nate Newton, and Ben Koller and special guests Chelsea Wolfe, Ben Chisholm, Stephen Brodsky, and Steve Von Till.

According to the announcement, Converge "Blood Moon" will perform the show, more ambient music from the Converge catalog. The festival will be taking place from April 14-17th at 013 Venue in Tilburg, Netherlands. Visit the event's website for more details here.

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